Place Details

Place Details

Kazakova House

In 1912, architect Stregulin built it with attics, which in the 1970s were converted into a full-fledged seventh floor.

It is difficult to imagine smaller than this passenger elevator, which was installed in the Kazakova House — it is almost impossible to fit together; moreover, until the doors are closed manually, it does not even think to go anywhere. Most residents try to avoid traveling by lift. The floor in it is pretty rotten, the walls are shaking, and rumbling drum peals are heard over your head every now and then. An unforgettable journey. But it has been preserved almost in its original form.

You can read about other elevators in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the 20th century by clicking on [link] (http://kudago.com/spb/news/neobichnye-lifti/).

In 1912, architect Stregulin built it with attics, which in the 1970s were converted into a full-fledged seventh floor.

It is difficult to imagine smaller than this passenger elevator, which was installed in the Kazakova House — it is almost impossible to fit together; moreover, until the doors are closed manually, it does not even think to go anywhere. Most residents try to avoid traveling by lift. The floor in it is pretty rotten, the walls are shaking, and rumbling drum peals are heard over your head every now and then. An unforgettable journey. But it has been preserved almost in its original form.

You can read about other elevators in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the 20th century by clicking on [link] (http://kudago.com/spb/news/neobichnye-lifti/).

In 1912, architect Stregulin built it with attics, which in the 1970s were converted into a full-fledged seventh floor.

It is difficult to imagine smaller than this passenger elevator, which was installed in the Kazakova House — it is almost impossible to fit together; moreover, until the doors are closed manually, it does not even think to go anywhere. Most residents try to avoid traveling by lift. The floor in it is pretty rotten, the walls are shaking, and rumbling drum peals are heard over your head every now and then. An unforgettable journey. But it has been preserved almost in its original form.

You can read about other elevators in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the 20th century by clicking on [link] (http://kudago.com/spb/news/neobichnye-lifti/).

Address

9th line V.O., 54

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/dom-kazakovoj/

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